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Once-faltering firms like GameStop can leverage their sudden popularity to access more capital — if they can keep stock prices high for long enough.
Banking Committee weighs a financial transaction tax and questions payment for order flow during hearing.
There are at least nine projects on GameStop and Reddit vs. Wall Street in the works. Which will be first across the finish line?
Napoleon called short sellers "enemies of the state." Others believe they serve a useful purpose.
One thing that bubbles have in common? The unpredictable consequences of economy-wide innovations.
Neil Irwin of The New York Times discusses the "laziest, simplest approach" to investing and says aspects of populism have long influenced the markets.
Companies can try to capitalize on a spike in stock prices by issuing new stock while the price is high.
Individual investors are apparently fueling the increase. It's a similar strategy to what we've seen with GameStop stock.